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Auckland, New Zealand. 24 April 2015 – Serko Ltd. (SKO.NZ) A leader in online travel booking and expense management for business, announced today that it has added Apple Watch support to its integrated mobile travel and expense management app, Serko Mobile.
Darrin Grafton, Serko’s chief executive officer said “I have no doubt that wearable tech will be quickly adopted, particularly amongst the corporate community. The Apple Watch is the first wearable that I believe will become truly mainstream which is why we made the decision to support it. Having travel notifications and itinerary information delivered straight to your wrist is useful when you’re travelling as your hands are almost always full and the information is often time critical.”
With a connected Apple Watch, Serko Mobile users can:
To log into Serko Mobile users must have a Serko Online account.
To access information from Serko Mobile on Apple Watch, users require iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus running iOS 8.2. or later.
Natasha Gillooly, Porter Novelli for Serko,
+ 64 21 915 297
On Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/company/serko-ltd
On Twitter: https://twitter.com/SerkoOnline
Serko is Australasia’s leading online travel booking and expense management company for businesses and is listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange Main Board (SKO.NZ). With its HQ in Auckland New Zealand, and with offices in Sydney Australia, Xi’an City China and Gurgaon, India, Serko employs more than 130 people worldwide.
Serko Online is an integrated Online Booking Tool used by administrators and travellers to book flights, accommodation and car hire from the broadest possible set of travel providers. The OBT ensures that travel bookings comply with corporate travel management policy without limiting the users choice of travel provider.
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